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Trials of next-generation self-driving electric wheelchairs have been carried out at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, to help elderly and other people get to boarding gates more easily.
Soon the Japanese capital's trendsetting Shibuya district will boast a cafe staffed by humanoid robots that can recommend perfect desserts for customers.
The Japanese government will launch as early as Thursday morning a high-precision sensor into orbit that can be used to search for oil and natural gas from space.
The latest Swiss high-tech was showcased at this year’s Mass Trans Innovation Japan as the cooperation of the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and Swiss Center for Electronics and…
A fossilized bird unearthed from stratum dating back 120 million years is a previously unknown species that appears to belong to the second oldest bird genus, researchers said.
The Japanese government will set up a fund of about 50 billion yen ($458 million) to provide young researchers with financial security and kick-start a new round of technological…
Japan's Astellas Pharma Inc on Monday agreed to buy Audentes Therapeutics Inc for approximately $3 billion in cash as it looks to bolster its pipeline of genetic medicines for…
Blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, could soon be used in Japan as a way to verify educational records.
Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has enhanced automation in the manufacturing of the country's next-generation rocket, looking to slash production costs by half and boost…
Japan became a full-fledged participant Monday in NATO's cybersecurity war games, as Tokyo and Western nations eye potential hacking threats from China.